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"Deep Cricket Night opens a wormhole between the 1890s and today, amplifying American roots for alternative rock radio" - Time Out Chicago
"Prepare to embark on a mesmerizing journey through a portal of sonic transformation with Deep Cricket Night’s latest release, “Song of the Siren Saved.” In an era where DIY music reigns supreme, this indie masterpiece gleams as a beacon of captivating artistry." - Jyla Blog (UK)

Deep Cricket Night has come out of the pandemic with a sonic - style shift through the wormhole. We used the roots at the portal's gate as a ladder, climbing out of our past sound. The present sound regards fulfilling the new, post-pandemic range. For practical cliches, our sound is now akin to Joy Division meets 1970 Pink Floyd with Syd still in the room. The band is comprised of Lance Drake (Lead Vocals/Guitar), Greg MacAyeal (Bass), Dave Buoscio (Piano/Organ), Michael Ressler (drums).

Musically, DCN builds their original sound highlighted by the lead bass hooks of Greg MacAyeal and the vocal-lyrical strength of the band's primary songwriter, Lance Drake.

PAST PERFORMANCES: Outta Space, Montrose Saloon, Fitzgerald's, Edgewater Arts Festival, Ribfest Chicago, The Abbey Pub, Reggie's, Uncommon Ground, Martyrs’, Quencher’s, The Hideout, Elbo Room, Red Line Tap, Northman Riverwalk, Bernice’s Tavern, Cary’s Lounge, The Green Festival at Navy Pier (Chicago), Continental Club (Austin,TX), The Frequency (Madison, WI), Melody Inn (Indianapolis, IN), Radio Radio (Indianapolis, IN), various clubs in Bloomington, IN.

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